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Radio Show #478: What can you contribute that others would struggle to?

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Special Guest: Kevin Campbell:  Founder of Lifted Leadership

Kevin G. Campbell is an Employee Experience Scientist with Qualtrics and the founder of Lifted Leadership, a strengths-based executive coaching practice. In this episode, he’s going to talk about the power of answering the question: What can you contribute to the world that 10,000 others would struggle to bring? Kevin’s spent the last fifteen years helping thousands of people do what they do best every day, and he wants to share the discoveries he’s made along the way.

Kevin is an Employee Experience Scientist at Qualtrics and also a Founder of Lifted Leadership, LLC where he coaches Fortune 500 executives on how to acquire, develop and retain their most valuable asset: their people.

He’s spent the last decade of his career building leaders and teams for companies like Stryker, PF Chang’s, Amazon, etc, and has worked for Deloitte and Gallup as a consultant.

Kevin also served as a Workplace Consultant and Executive Strengths Coach for Deloitte Human Capital and the Gallup Organization where he helped coach leaders from companies like P.F. Chang’s, US Bank, Amazon, CH2M (now Jacob’s), and PayPal leverage their unique individual talents into greater performance.

As a certified coach, Kevin has logged over 1,000 hours of paid executive coaching and workshop facilitation sessions. As a coach, he makes use of a variety of psychometric assessment tools and feedback techniques to identify and coach high-potential, high-performance next-generation leaders.

Join us as we discuss what you can contribute to the world that 10,000 others would struggle to bring.

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